Help me pick an MP3 Editor App
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    Help me pick an MP3 Editor App

    Since this tread > http://forums.roadbikereview.com/sho...59722#poststop has awoken me from my natural state of lurking, I submit the following.

    I m in need of an MP3 Editor App, as I ve got a new cell that has a Micro SD slot and I want to chop down some of my tunes and make ring tones. Looking for something easy to use and fairly cut and dry. I dont need to add effects or any of that nonsense just import a song, convert to mp3 and then "chop" how/where I see fit.
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    We're currently thinking about halving the placenta and using one half for jerky and wearing the other half around as a hat. ~ Catzilla

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    Give audacity a try.

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    If you have a Mac or access to one, then you can use Garage Band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwwheels
    If you have a Mac or access to one, then you can use Garage Band.
    Sorry should have mentioned I m PC based, and no access to a Garage Band computer.
    We're currently thinking about halving the placenta and using one half for jerky and wearing the other half around as a hat. ~ Catzilla

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    Quote Originally Posted by il sogno
    Give audacity a try.

    Thanks il sogno I ll give it a spin !
    We're currently thinking about halving the placenta and using one half for jerky and wearing the other half around as a hat. ~ Catzilla

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    or search on audiko.net to see if someone has already done the hard work for you.

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    Another option: Most people are not aware of this, but you can do basic mp3 and loseless editing, which I gather is all you want to do, directly with Windows Movie Maker. For converting loseless formats (wav, wma) to mp3, if you need to do that, I use Switchsound. Not saying this is any better than what il sogno is recommending. Just another option.
    Last edited by Dr_John; 09-12-2008 at 04:21 PM.

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    +20 audacity

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    Goldwave.

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    Sonic Foundry, Sound Forge does it all
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